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The Atlantic Farm Mechanization Show has moved its 2021 show from March to November due to COVID-19 restrictions.

The show directors announced the change in a memo to exhibitors in early September. The show had been scheduled for March 4-6. The directors have also changed the dates of the 2023, 2025 and 2027 shows to November.

Applications for exhibiting at the 2021 show will be sent out early in the new year. PEI is represented on the nine member board by producer David Francis and James McIver of Kensington Agricultural Services.

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